Burberry Brit

EBT reports from backstage at London Fashion Week

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By Suzanne Scott

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Burberry is always one of our favourite shows each season. It might not have a crazy hairstyle or lashings of colour but you can’t help but fall for it’s natural, wearable and achievable look.

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And this season we love it all the more for the splash of sophisticated colour across the lips.

Burberry make-up artist Wendy Rowe used Burberry’s Fresh Glow Foundation for the gorgeous flawless finish we have come to associate with the brand and then introduced us to a new lip colour, Siren.

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Here’s how Rowe achieved the red lip.

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- Outline your lips with a lip pencil that’s close to the colour of the lipstick.

- Fill in your lips with the lipstick. Rowe uses a lip brush to apply the colour.

- Blot with tissue and dust with a loose face powder.

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As Rowe explains, “it’s a process’, and what you are left with is something soft, effortless but still groomed.

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Bumble and bumble’s hair stylist Neil Moodie armed himself with a table of extensions and set to work thickening out the girls’ hair. He added a soft bend to the hair with a set of WAM curling tongs and finished the style with Bumble and bumble Brilliantine.

And look who we spotted getting her roots touched up? Cara Delevingne!

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